After years behind the drum kit for frequent collaborators Joshua James and Desert Noises, Timmy The Teeth (aka Timothy George) has now emerged at the forefront of the Utah music scene, forging a unique musical brand as genuine as his personality. Drawing from influences that span the traditional American songbook, Timmy sings about the kinds of things we're all thinking but not saying. Produced and co-written with Joshua James, Timmy The Teeth's latest release, Ain't That Bad, offers a bold, humorous, and hooky follow up to his debut LP, Just Another Day.Recorded in his hometown of American Fork, UT, the album covers the emotional spectrum of the human heart with a lightheartedness that reminds the listener no matter what happens, it ain't that bad.
Shaky Hand String Band was founded high in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. The bands free spirited personalities are inspired from the mountain town lifestyles in which they live. It’s heard in their original lyrics, and felt in their high-energy feel good licks. The bands fresh approach to old time tunes and modern jam band music captures the hearts of new fans everywhere they go. Steadily growing a fan base from touring, and their first album “Two Miles High,” Shaky Hand String Band is quickly filling a niche in the fast evolving music industry. Dirt stomping and catchy lyrics are the heart beat of Shaky Hand String Band. Members consists of Jess Rose Moidel (fiddle), Patrick O’Halloran (banjo), Todd Webster (mandolin), Nick Beato (bass) and Loren Zyniecki (Guitar).
New Folk Revival features Pat Lambert on guitar and lead vocals, Eric Wagner playing a variety of instruments and doing lead vocals as well, and Joe Farmer on bass and harmony vocals. The band began with Lambert and Wagner in early 2010, with Farmer’s talents added in the fall of 2010. While the band is new, the members have over 50 years of combined musical experience behind them. As the band name implies, the band plays mostly folk music, including some originals and other tunes from the Celtic and American folk music repertoire. Influences include Nancy Griffith, Emmy Lou Harris, Kate Wolf, Gillian Welch, Bill Staines, and Adrianne Young. With a nice variety of great songs both new and old, the band presents these with rich vocal harmony, a dash of humor, and tasteful instrumentation.
Born in a distillery in Durango, CO, StillHouse Junkies play a delirious, head-spinning mixture of original roots, blues, funk, swing, and bluegrass music. With all three band members sharing vocal duties and swapping instruments, the Junkies conjure a wide range of tonal landscapes that pay tribute to the iconic sounds of Gillian Welch, the Allman Brothers, Tim O'Brien, the Wood Brothers, John Hiatt, and countless others while breaking new musical ground with their genre-bending original material.
VOCALS, FIDDLE, GUITAR / ALISSA WOLF
VOCALS, BASS, BANJO / CODY TINNIN
VOCALS, GUITAR, MANDOLIN / FRED KOSAK
The Umbrella Brothers - Sept 15th
The Umbrella Brothers are a bluegrass band from Salt Lake City, Utah. The band is made up of 5 members, including Brian Thurber, Matt Conlin, Ben Weiss, Kameron Anton and Joshua Hight.
Hectic Hobo recorded their first album in a basement with a single microphone and an outdated laptop. Now, four full-length albums and hundreds of shows later, they have toured the US and Europe in celebration of Died On The Fourth Of July, an epic Americana road trip of bright and dark, loud and gentle, hopeful and condemning songs that follow in the Wild West gypsy rock tradition that Hectic Hobo has built and now mastered.